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live outside of san jose, they would spend the extra income outside the city. >> if you add it up, it doesn't make a lot of sense to me. >> mayor chuck reid is worried about spending $600,000 to hire inspectors. >> it will have to come from somewhere. should i take it from the police department? should i take it from the library? >> the california restaurant association paid $11,000 for the report. the main author denied any charges of bias. >> because people often come to these things with some preconceived notions. we do not. we come at it with a relatively sturdy frame work on how the world works. >> a gathering of labor and education leaders blasted the chamber's report just before it released. >> they'll put together one study that says minimum wage doesn't work. explain exactly why it's good for the people in our community. >> the chamber argues america's best university economists are wrong, but the study that they bought and paid for is the only one that is right. >> the doomsday scenario set the opponents of this measure put out there are just empty threats. the f
claiborne. good morning to you, sir. >> good morning, dan and bianna. breaking news from new york city. five terror suspects extradited from britain are on new york soil. the men arrived in new york city early this morning. two will be in court later today in connecticut. the best known of them is able hamza al masri. he is charged for trying to set up a training camp in oregon. >>> and we have breaking news out of the vatican, that scandal that rocked the vatican. pope benedict's butler convicted this morning of stealing the pope's private documents and leaking them to a journalist. lama hasan joins us with all of the details from london. good morning, lama. >> reporter: good morning to you, ron. today, the three judges presiding over this case took just an hour and ten minutes in deliberations. and the verdict, guilty of theft. now, the pope's butler, paolo gabriele, has been sentenced to one year and six months in an italian prison. that's less than was expected, which was a sentence of four years. when the sentence was read, he showed no emotion. the pope's butler had been arrested in ma
behind the scenes in the buckeye straight, straight ahead. and the after-party brawl in center city, philadelphia. looks more like a flyers game than a wedding party. the latest on that. and breaking news as the second hour of "happening now" starts right now. martha: new details on the deadly terror attack in benghazi sparking what some are describing as a political firestorm if not a bigger story than that. the white house and state department look to be at odds as lawmakers push to find out what really happened, along with who knew what and then. you're taking in a live picture of what is about to happen on capitol hill, a hearing, we'll hear about that in a moment. welcome to "happening now," i'm jenna lee. bill: there are four dead americans at the center of what happened there. that's why the hearings are so information. i'm jon scott. the first congressional hearing on the deadly terror attack in benghazi getting underway or about to on capitol hill. at first the obama administration said that deadly attack grew out of a spontaneous demonstration and pointed to an anti-islami
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effect in march. they cite a technicality saying only the city council has the power to impose such a ban. they also argue that the law infringes on personal freedom and unfairly targets certain businesses. >> and a medical student becomes a patient after she is diagnosed with cancer. and now she's using that experience to save the lives of her patients. dr. sanjay gupta has today's human factor. >> great. >> i think i always wanted to be a doctor. my dad was a physician. so i would always see him go into work. i was 6 or 7. he was always helping people. so that was my inspiration. >> just three months into her studies, the doctor said her life changed dramatically. suddenly, something she was learning about seemed to really apply to her. >> i had a tumor here in the middle of my chest. >> the diagnosis, rhodgkins lymphoma, a cancer of the immune system. >> i then became a patient. it will be 15 years next month. and your world just stops. and as a young person who is getting to live my dream of being a doctor, that was very tough. >> she knew her prognosis was good, and she was prepared
. and the after-party brawl in center city, philadelphia. looks more like a flyer anbrea ns ec f apniow"rt right now. martha: new details on the deadly terror attack in benghazi sparking what some are describing as a political firestorm if not a bigr story than that. the white housd ta laakh t fnhaoss angit who knew what and then. you're taking in a live picture of what is about to happen on capitol hill, a hearing, we'll hear abo that in a moment. welcome to "happening now," i'm nna lee. bill: there a f dea th weang ao formio mcott.thir congressional hearing on the deadly terror attack in benghazi getting underway or about to on capitol hill. at first the oma administration said that deadly attack grew out of a spontaneous th aac v aueorand pointed to anas tre b such a demonstration outside the benghazi compound? despite everything the administration said to the contrary there is evidence the state department never believed the video really had anything to do with it. de,nc.s.ou arins ssorib ev chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is live in washington. what are we expecting to c
's the question. >> hoping. because 200,000ness cities like new york, in cities like los angeles are certainly not struggling but that is far from being wealthy. they walked that aback a little bit on friday as far as that million-dollar mark. we are left to wonder is that a new approach from the administration. >> also wars. certainly foreign policy is joe biden's wheel house talked about the recession and two wars. take a listen to this. >> they talk about this great recession as if it fell out of the sky like oh my goodness where did it come from? it came from this man voting to put two wars on a credit card at the same time put a prescription drug benefit on the credit card, a trillion-dollar tax cut for the very wealthy. i was there i voted against them i said no we can't afford that. >> did you. >> according to the a.p. joe biden as senator did vote to authorize the use of force meaning go to war in both afghanistan and iraq. so when he says i voted against them, he must have been talking about the prescription drug benefit and the tax cut because he lumped them all together but he voted
's where cold air makes a little bit of a push here. detroit, boston, new york city, chicago. watch these numbers over the next several days. this is a big push over the weekend of colder temperatures. a great morning across the nation's capital with low clouds. this cloud cover will break up have sunshine by lunchtime. today than we had yesterday. 68 in washington but winchester down to 39 degrees. the highs today and the lower 70's and the first pitch at 1:00 park, 57 degrees rising to 72 >>> coming up on "gma," the latest twist in the tennis umpire murder case. she passed a lie detector test. now, here family is speaking out. dan and nancy will weigh in. >>> and swimming with tigers. would you let your children swim with them? the video making a huge splash right now. ♪ [ male announcer ] navigating your future can be daunting without a financial plan. at pacific life, we can give you the tools to help you achieve financial independence. for more than 140 years, pacific life has assisted families and businesses in meeting their goals, even in uncertain economic times. let us he
violent crime in inner cities, bring opportunity to the inner cities. bring people out of poverty in the inner cities. teach people, good discipline. that is civil society, charities and civic groups and churches do to help one another make them realize they have value in one another. martha: that is when thing started to take a bit of a turn. gong man ryan ended interview rather abruptly. after this exchange. follow the reporter pushes him on tax cuts. you can do all by cutting taxes with a big tax cut? >> ryan respond, those are your words, not mine. off-camara ryan's press secretary was heard, thank you very much, sir. that's when paul ryan begins removing his mic and leaving, adding quote, that was trying to strange you're stuffing words in people's minds. >> i don't know if it is strange. >> ryan fires backs sound like you're trying to put answers to questions. that's where it ended. the local michigan station pulled that part of the interview off the website. they said the time was up and everyone making big deal out of nothing. congressman ryan's team statement they issued.
some brilliant sunshine here in new york city. which seems to contrast to this harbinger of winter. that's the 30 rock ice rink. it opened officially for the season just moments ago, everyone. i'd like to be out there but i'm going to stay here for awhile. weather channel meteorologist maria larosa is joining us with the forecast. >> alex, good morning. we had a major storm system beginning to wrap up in through the central plains. you can see with the clouds and the showers and thunderstorms already beginning to develop. this is the area that will likely see severe weather throughout the day. and unfortunately, it does mean the potential for a few tornadoes. as the area of low pressure develops it's going to drag through a cold front and it's right in that area between the cold front and the warm front, western missouri, into oklahoma, into texas that we have the highest risk for those strong thunderstorms. the gusty winds, heavy rain, and isolated tornadoes. notice on the northern side, too, from madison to minneapolis, it's warm enough for rain. in fact we could see a few thunde
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to be expected. traveling northbound on i-95, delays out of dale city, heading north the prince william parkway, trying to get across the occuquan. 395 here at duke street remains heavy and slow continuing out towards seminary road. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> thanks, julie. >>> new this morning, just a heartbreaking story out of baltimore. a grandmother and four children were killed in an overnight house fire. the youngest victim just a year old. firefighters were called to the scene on denwerd avenue just after 2:00 this morning. one person inside the home was able to escape by jumping out of a second floor window. two firefighters were also injured, one of them when the floor collapsed. we're told he should be okay. no word yet on what caused this fire. >>> in the meantime, breaking news from the middle east to report as well. a masked gunman has shot and killed the head of security at the u.s. embassy in yemen. the victim was a yemeni man, not an american, who worked at the embassy for nearly 20 years. he was killed when the gunman on a motorcycle drove alongside his c
's inside the city. but many of you will wake up to around 30 to 40 degrees. the sun coming up tomorrow at around 7:14. you'll need the jacket as you step out the door. >> okay. >>> we have breaking news from the u.s. district court right now. a former campaign aide for d.c. mayor vincent gray has just been sentenced. howard brooks admitted he lied about payments he made to a fringe candidate in 2010. darcy spencer is outside the courthouse. brooks won't be doing any jail time, right? >> reporter: he certainly won't the he got two years of probation, escaping any jail time right here in federal court this afternoon. initially, he lied to investigators, but then had a change of heart, he began to cooperate. and that's what made the difference. we caught up with him this afternoon as he left the courthouse. but he had no comment. howard brooks the 64-year-old former campaign aide to mayor vince gray was sentenced to serve 24 months on probation, and complete 200 hours of community service. he escaped jail time. that after admitting to lying to federal investigators involving the 2010 mayo
city. some documents bore pope benedict's own hand writing including the word destroy written in german. it revealed the secret workings of the vatican. >> the importance of this trial is the vatican showing it's taking a serious breach of trust, a serious crime, if you will, taking it very seriously. in the past there's been the idea anybody can get away with figure and that's clearly not the case. >> reporter: paolo gabriele said he acted to expose what he saw as evil and corruption in the church which was not being brought to the attention of the pope. he expressed annee to the pope for betraying his trust. it's expected the pope will par on the man. if paolo gabriele goes to jail it will be in italy since the vatican does not have a long term detention fast. >> what's likely to happen to the butler after he gets out of prison, do you think? >> reporter: well the consensus if he does go jail it won't be for very long. he'll almost certainly on past record get a job somewhere in the vatican buried deep where he won't get to see the public or have access to documents. the pope and chur
, however, which would be done by executive order and not legislation, i would reinstate the mexico city policy. which is that foreign aid dollars from the united states would not be used to carry out abortion in other countries. >> after the former governor's comments were posted online, a romney campaign spokesperson tried to walk back the comments say, quote, governor romney would, of course, support legislation aimed at provide great protection for life. >> that's not quite what he said in the he had to heditorial mee. this is a subtle shift on abortion. this is a shift to the center on abortion. >> you can't be subtle about that, i don't think. >> like we saw a shifting tone towards bipartisanship. mitt romney is moving towards the mitt romney that you were governed by in massachusetts. >> moderate mitt. >> a moderate republican. >> moderate mitt. clearly, we spoke yesterday about the politico story of ann romney and his family gathered around him and telling him, you know, come on, be more yourself than you have been for the last year and a half. >> here we go. >> this is part of i
approaching the top. nirapathpongporn. still cleaning up accident activity. leaving stafford, dale city across the occoquan and then from lorton leading up towards the franconaspringfield parkway. >>> yeah. all right. the d.c. region is buzzing today. the nats are hosting their first ever postseason game and it is crucial. >> the team that wins game 3 goes on to win the series, statistically. dave ross is life at nats park on or. how cool is this? really is. going to be electrifying at 1:07 when they throw out that first pitch, first playoff pitch ever in nationals history. have not had playoff here in d.c. for 79 years. the nats got the job done in st. louis. they earned that two-game serie split there. the guy taking to the hill today, edwin jackson. a lot riding on this right hander's shoulders. he got 10 wins in the regular season. he used to play for st. louis so he knows the cardinals as well. he faced them one time this year and not very good, two innings, allowed nine runs. but his teammates are confident he will be better this time around. as far as game 2 goes, it's a memory that the
, green bay, moving into chicago, kansas city. >> mostly 50s in the northeast, 60s in the midwest, and 70s from albuquerque to boise. >>> you know it's getting to be halloween time when we have stories like this. you're about to see. charlie brown, eat your heart out. >> he surely would love that massive pumpkin. set a california state record yesterday when the was weighed at a pumpkin festival. 1,775 pounds. that is a full 71 pounds more than last year's record weight. by the way, crops in the state of oregon, that's where the great pumpkin this year was grown. >>> all right. and here's a bizarre one from sunday night over on kwfs. they were pitching an android tablet from kids. when the guest host, cassie slain on left started having some problems. you see her patting her chest. >> she appeared to faint. the co-host caught her and he also continued to talk about the product like nothing had happened. slain was apparently suffering from low blood sugar. but she is fine now. the weird part he kind of kept talking despite, you know -- her passing out. crazy. you know. >> i already know that
, chance of tornados around wichita, oklahoma city. >>> summerlike in the south. 80s from dallas to atlanta. midwest and northeast are cold and windy. they'll be in the 50s. mostly 70s in the rockies. >>> well, some might say he has the face only a mother could love. the only problem with that, he's an orphan. >> but this baby walrus would not be alone. the 15-year-old named minnick. did i say that right? he was rescued off the coast of alaska, nursed back to health. now the new york aquarium in brooklyn taking him in. baby mitchic will get used to surroundings and then become part of the aquarium walrus exhibit next spring. very nice mustache. >> have to go see that. almost as good as yours, you don't have one. >> you let me know how the trip is. >>> coming up, surprising news in "the skinny." whitney houston's daughter bobbi kristina makes an announcement that will raise eyebrows. >>> big progress on the economic front. looks like the housing market is starting to bounce back. still not the greatest news for some sellers though. it's all next. ♪ our house its a
. >> republican candidate mitt romney is preparing for his second debate on to state and new york city. the president is spending the next few days in virginia which is a another battleground state. >> and timber authoritie are lookin in denver, authoritis are looking for someoneshot a bullet inside one of the presidential settings. >> mr. obama was last a guest in 2010 when the daily show taped. >> just a reminder you can catch the next presidential debate on comcast channel 193 or the digital channel 4.2. >> we are learning more about the suspects who murdered a teacher. >> and there is no fault at the golden gate bridge and you should have a beautiful day ahead. >> we are getting a first look at the suspects who are being charged with the murder of the retired teacher the police are stating that they found a couple driving the retired teachers car. items that were found inside of the victim's car help them to identify. these are the two people who are the prime suspects. teachinteachi >> the police are stating that they have evidence to show that they believe that they are the two t
. stocks every 15 minutes. nicole: we are looking at too big names here. bp is selling texas city. a unit other texas refinery. it is valued at $2.5 billion. you can take a look at how the two stocks are faring. they are selling it over to marathon petroleum. marathon is hitting a new high. bp is pulling back one third of 1%. the deal is right in line with the expectation. a lot of folks looking at tp very closely. this is another step in the right direction. one up, one down. cheryl: thank you very much. it is time to make money with charles payne. this power he has a dirty fingernail stock for your portfolio. charles: an amazing trend this year, companies that spend money on their stocks are going up. the street really believes most of the stocks are undervalued. it is amazing. i have never seen it like this where the inquiring company, their shares go higher. cliff natural resources. my subscribers are in it. we are getting absolutely whacked in this one. you have two dynamics. you have the local situation. these guys only have one thermal mind. they are so positioned, they have mines
virginia. we're at 58 degrees here. new york city 53. philadelphia 59 degrees. we'll see the sunshine here. areas north of new york, probably staying in the clouds with showers around the area today. here's a look at the hour by hour forecast. for today, mid-60s noontime, with lots of sunshine, and a few clouds will start coming back in the afternoon. hitting 72 at 4:00 today. let's hit the roads with first 4 traffic. >>> i'm tracking breaking news. if you're traveling northbound i-95 trying to take the exit ramp to eastbound 32. right now the exit ramp is blocked because of an accident is blocked at the end of the exit. again, you're starting to see big delays as you try to make your way from northbound i-95, trying to exit onto eastbound 32 just be aware of that. i'm going to keep much waing th -- watching that for you and let you know when the accident clears. starting to see volume here. really slow through newington. the good news is along i-95 in northern virginia, travel lanes are open. eun, back over to you. >> thank you so much. 6:02 now. >>> we're just hours away from the first p
be becoming main stream. they opened up a retail store just recently in new york city devoted to selling the printers. maker bot just released its replicator two. it's a faster model that produces higher resolution products. >> this is our fourth generation machine. >> industrial 3-d printers have been around for decades from printing prosthetic limbs to food. they're getting closer to household use. teachers are starting to use them, too. a program at nyu deployed them in schools. >> they were able to put them out on a table and created a river in the sand table and then flooded the river. what that allowed the kids to do is see how soil erosion works. >> right now, they can only print plastic and a six-inch item can take an hour to print, but they can spur innovation. >> you lost a button, you want to download drivers for your printer and download the new button. >> much cooler than this, right? >> i think so. >> imagine being able to print something like your own shoes in your home. that's pretty interesting. look, it's still expensive. it's still $2,000 to $3,000 to buy one of the on
, psychologists, city attorneys and other accusers. they won. jenna: the victims certainly heard that sentiment, the judge had to hear that sentiment as well. how would that impact you if you heard that type of explanation and really no remorse? >> it won't impact me at all, and i don't think it impacted this judge. i mean essentially mr. sandusky is rearguing the case, and is suggesting while the witnesses should not have been believed. that is history. the jury has spoken. the judge has heard very competent, professional applications to set aside the verdict for the very reasons that sandusky just argued and the judge rejected those arguments. the judge is not in a position now to hear arguments that he should have been acquitted. he's only in a position to hear arguments about the harm that he's caused and the reasons he's going to be in jail. judges have a tendency of letting criminal defendants, especially ones they know are going to go to jail for a longtime say whatever they want just to get it out of their system. in this particular case what sandusky said is irrelevant, you can't argue
suggested that the reason might be that denver is a mile-high city and the altitude was high and that may have made it difficult because president obama just arrived that afternoon. >> is he aware that the president gave his acceptance speech inent 08 in an open stadium in denver? didn't seem to bother him there. he did a great job in denver. i don't know what the president is thinking. but, you know, really, let me say this. i have never seen tbut almost expected it the next morning. it was all out, a pack of lies, romney had told lies, changed his position, misrepresented things. got his facts wrong. it came down to a simple question. if he did that, the president had 4 minutes more than governor romney, i understand y. didn't the president call governor romney out on that? if he said, wait a minute, you said the this here and now you are saying that now. fiunderstand you, you are changing your position here? you can. but you ought to say so. >> greta: i think it would have been better to say, look, i had a lousy night last night. good thing there are two more debates. i'm on the trail
] at&t. the nation's largest 4g network. now covering 3000 more 4g cities and towns than verizon. at&t. rethink possible. >>> we're going to go back out to downtown los angeles right now. look at these people out there. it's not hollywood special effectstion, folks. it's the real deal. "endeavour," space shuttle has traveled 123 million miles and now is less than 2 miles from where it will rest permanently, where it will teach future generations about america's shuttle program. look at that. you see people on rooftops, people on the streets. cnn's john zarrella has a great perspective. he's up on one of those roofs. jonl, nasa is taking no chances here, going real slowly, they're being careful. they're close so -- they're pretty close, about two hours away? >> reporter: well, they're about 2 1/2 to 3 hours coming up now behind schedule. so they were supposed to reach the california science center at about 11:00 p.m. eastern time, and it's likely, you know, not going to happen that early. it's going to be a little late before they actually get to the california science center. but we
it on tuesday, he loses on the two city it seems very political. i said before the at times this debate seemed like foghorn leghorn versus duty house or i really think that's true. both people up there seem kind of artificial in some ways. and joe biden at his best is genuine. joe biden blame it on too thick. >> we were discussing earlier the stories paul ryan was telling, not really a strong suit of the personal stories here they are happening often. the afghanistan question about the reservists. the delay that on to pick when he was trying to get into the personal stories? >> again, we are all responding with her own impressions, but to me that felt very political, very contrived. insert personal anecdote here. i suppose it's a matter of taste. >> which it was st. thomas one of those things where washington perspective might not necessarily match what people will take away from the debate. >> i think people in peoria can recognize a talking point. >> 95% of the debate was a clearly rehearsed talking point. all the questions he got were predictable and the answers were practice. >> jim, the l
the earmarks right now. that is a wonderful thing. businesses in cities and others can compete for federal grants on a merit-based basis rather than by political patron is. that was a terrible system we had, and it is a good riddance. i am proud of the road i played the role i played. the last thing we need is to go back to the earmark era where politicians in the house and senate are picking winners and losers. that is not what we need. what we need is for the federal government to establish and create an environment where the private sector can flourish. >> talking about earmarks is exactly the kind of craziness we do not need any more. earmarked -- $16 trillion debt. earmarked account for 1/2 of 1% of the federal budget. we are better off, but talking about that is like talking about a drop of water in the ocean. the government does not create jobs. the private sector creates jobs. if you one example, take a look at texas. the people in texas are close to the people in arizona. why and there -- is their economy doing so fantastic? they are consistently ranked as one of the top state fri
away -- i mean, he's a quarterback in new york city at this point. they made a movie called the 40-year-old virgin, john. i mean, it's like -- i don't know. i'm not mocking it. i'm not mocking it. my unwascle was a priest. a good one. anyway, we can either go with that the point that you you wrote the column that vachlt p debates do matter or you probably want to talk all about the swing state poll that we have. >> well, let me do both because the swing state poll set up the debate. first of all, what we've seen nationally is that mitt romney's vote is coming up. he's he closing on obama. he has taken a one point lead in the state of virginia. we've got obama up one point in the state of florida. but those are essentially tied races. the real key for romney is going to be making some more head way in the state of ohio where we show obama up six percentage points, but that's down from eight before. and we've seen romney elsewhere making progress in places like colorado, for example, where obama had held the lead, but mitt romney was in striking distance and he still is. now, the signific
in new york city, smiling joe bites back. and then there is baseball. also on the cover of that, also important. jon: i'm sure joe biden's dentist was very happy last night he got a lot of coverage. speaking of mainstream media there are new concerns over coverage as hearings into the murders of americans in libya seem to be ignored by many in the press. it was more than a month ago the terrorists stormed the u.s. consulate in benghazi killing four diplomats and their suppor. this week congress held hearings on the security situation there in the run up to that attack. witnesses revealing stunning new details, including claims that requests for more security were turned down by the administration. isn't this something you'd expect the media to cover? let's talk about it with kristen powers a daily beast columnist and fox news contributor. judith miller is a pulitzer prize prize winning investigator and fox news contributor. judith you and i were talking about this in the green room. very often watching congressional hearings for me is like watching paint dry. watching what was taking
and how they spiked in key cities of california you can see what we're talking about here. for example, in san diego the average for regular now is 4.73. that is up 56 cents in a week. riverside up 54 cents in a week. orange county up 53 cents in a week. all of this taking place in a state that is basically broke with a very weak economy and a very high unemployment rate. it is not good news any way you slice it, patti ann. patti ann: stuart, the national average is much, much lower than that. why is california paying so much more? >> it is a very simple answer. this is a self-inflicted wound in california. they have very, very high emissions and environmental standards and they have to have a special blend of gasoline just for california. that means if there is any kind of problem with the refinerries, the 14 refinerries in california that make this special stuff they have got a supply problem and that's what's happened. they are paying roughly 15 cents extra for every single gallon that is consumed in california. that is because of these environmental rules. now that gets even worse
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